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Ryan Riess raised under the gun to 55,000 and Sam Soverel defended in the big blind. The flop came [4dJs9h]. Soverel checked, Riess bet 110,000, and Soverel came over the top for 395,000. Riess couldn't wait to turn over [AhAd] and Soverel showed [KhJh]. Soverel didn't get any help when the turn was
Action folded around to Sam Soverel, who raised to 30,000 from the cutoff and was called by Koray Aldemir on the button and Nick Petrangelo from the big blind. Petrangelo checked the [ThTc4h], which was followed by a bet of 35,000 from Soverel and calls from both Aldemir and Petrangelo, After another
We caught the action on the turn with the board reading [5cJcKcQd]. Sam Soverel bet 23,000 and was raised by Dennis Blieden to 69,000. Soverel made the call. The [2h] came on the river. Blieden again bet, this time for 77,000. Soverel made the correct, but difficult call and won
We caught the action on the turn with the board reading [Kd6h6s2h] and over 70,000 chips in the pot. Koray Aldemir bet 65,000 and his opponent, Justin Bonomo laid his hand down.
We caught the heads up action between Sam Soverel and Justin Bonomo on a board reading [9d8hAc5sJs] and about 105,000 in the pot. After Soverel put out a bet of 95,000 and leaving himself very few chips behind, Justin Bonomo used one of his time extensions. He made the call but then
Dennis Blieden opened from the cutoff to 18,000 and Sam Soverel shoved all-in for 112,000. Blieden contemplated his move for about 15 seconds before folding his hand. Soverel took down the pot.